ALD Automotive announces that it has signed a leasing partnership agreement with Mazda in the Netherlands. From June 1 st , ALD Automotive will provide white-labeled operational leasing services for Mazda’s entire range of leasing products in the country.
Mazda selected ALD Automotive in the Netherlands for its innovative offering and market leading expertise as a global distribution partner. This partnership will enable local Mazda dealers to respond to the evolving demands for mobility solutions by providing the Dutch market with attractive operational leasing solutions for corporates, small to medium sized companies and private individuals through its proprietary dealership network.
“ALD Automotive has a lot of experience as a captive partner for importers and dealer networks”, states Geraldine Brouwers, Managing Director of Mazda Motor Netherlands. “They are a highly professional partner and offer customized solutions for our dealers. During our preliminary meetings we discovered our organizations have quite similar values and we encountered many similarities in culture and ambitions. We are confident our cooperation will be a success”.
This new agreement reinforces the existing successful partnership between the two companies as ALD Automotive also provides full service leasing services for Mazda through its dealership networks in Spain and Italy. As a pioneer in the partnership approach for full service leasing, ALD Automotive now has over 120 agreements in place with 10 car manufacturers in 31 countries and over 25 banking partners in 17 countries.
“We are pleased to be supporting Mazda in the diversification of its mobility offering for its customers, confirms Adrian Porter, Head of Partnerships at ALD, “and look forward to helping them grow their business in the coming years as a valuable partner.”
ALD Automotive has been operating in the Netherlands for 16 years and manages over 42,000 vehicles. The company was awarded best leasing company in the Netherlands in 2016 in the Ilisia fleet owner benchmark survey and by VZR, the Dutch association of lease-car drivers, in 2017.
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